Edibles & Potables: Owamni, the Sioux Chef, and the decolonization of American food

Owámni kiŋ Dakóta Wóhe Wičhášta de káǧe. Ikčéya wóhe wičhášta Sean Sherman k’a ikčéya wóhe wíŋyaŋ Dana Thompson waŋná ečháda owóte thípi kiŋ yuíŋyaŋkapi.

The words are an introduction to the Owamni restaurant, writtten in the Dakota language.

Dakota and Lakota are Siouan languages of the Great Plains. ...Read more